- n. Plural form of goober.
“Funny, the 'goobers' don't seem to grasp the notion that observance of the GC's protects not only prisoners, but the detaining power from, such trivialities as war crimes charges and government toppling prisoner scandals.”
“The children from the North looked curiously at the "goobers" they had pulled up on the vine.”
“We, in the joy of our hearts, gave them a good dinner; made them dry their wet clothes by the fire, filled their pockets with "goobers" and I hope sent them away content and comfortable.”
“The winter was always a great season with the children; Mammy would let them have so many candy-stews, and they parched "goobers" in the evenings, and Aunt Milly had to make them so many new doll's clothes, to "keep them quiet," as Dumps said; and such romps and games as they would have in the old nursery!”
“As I recall, they had pretty good "goobers" at that wedding reception.”
“goobers"; then pointing to the old gentleman on the spotted pony, who had now ridden up, said, "Ah, there is our clown; he can give you full particulars.”
“goobers," and replaced them with paper and saw-dust.”
“goobers" (peanuts), saying he wished he were able”
One of Jackson's foot cavalry : his experience and what he saw during the war 1861-1865, including a history of "F Company," Richmond, Va., 21st Regiment Virginia Infantry, Second Brigade, Jackson's Division, Second Corps, A. N. Va.,
“There are times when it pays to live with a host of similar old goobers whether in Ajijic or San Miguel.”
“Even though road rage violence seems to be a less problematic issue here in Mexico than in the U.S., if the macho line is crossed it is hard to re-cross it to avoid an untimely death or, at the very least for us old goobers, the loss of a few teeth and a broken jaw.”
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Basically it's just mikeropology's words, but with his username turned into an adjectivally splendid list name.
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